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Dr. Harry R. Jacobson

Chief Executive Officer

Vanderbilt University

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Vanderbilt University

771 Preston Research Building 2220 Pierce Ave.

Nashville, Tennessee 37232

United States

Company Description

Vanderbilt University is a private, nonsectarian, coeducational research university in Nashville, Tennessee, USA. Founded in 1873, the university is named for shipping and rail magnate "Commodore" Cornelius Vanderbilt, who provided Vanderbilt its initial ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Chairman

MedCare Investment Funds

Director

The Class Iii

Affiliations

Advisory Board Member
Iroquois Capital Group Inc

Member
Institute of Medicine

ADVISORY BOARD Member
Harpeth Consulting LLC

Founding Partner
TriStar Technology Ventures

Board Member
Ingram Industries Inc.

Member
Society of Medical Administrators

Board Member
Outpatient Imaging Affiliates LLC

Board Member
SpecialtyCare Inc

Board Member
MindCare Solutions

Board Member
Cardiovascular Care Affiliates Inc

Member
American Society for Clinical Investigation

Board Member
BioNumerik Pharmaceuticals , Inc.

Board Member
CeloNova BioSciences Inc

Member
Association of American Physicians

Board Member
Gradalis Inc

Board Member
Diabetes Care Group, Inc.

Advisory Board Member
iCitizen Corp

Board Member
MedSolutions Inc

Corporate Board of Advisers
Harpeth Capital , LLC

Advisory Board Member
Clayton Associates LLC

Board Member
Association of Academic Health Centers

Member
American Society of Nephrology

Member
International Society of Nephrology

Advisory Board Member
Challenger Capital Group Ltd

Member of Advisory Board
The Emergent Group LLC

Board Member
NBCi

Senior Advisor
Star Technology Inc

Board Member
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Member of Advisory Board
Better_health2010

Secretary
California Health and Human Services Agency

Member of the Board of Governors
IPE and Demeter Systems LLC

Member
Medicine of the National Academy of Sciences

Vice Chancellor for Health Affairs
Vanderbilt Childrens Hosp Dev

Board Member
Merck & Co. , Inc.

Board Member
Kinetic Concepts , Inc.

Co-Founder
Renal Care Group , Inc.

Chairman of Boards of Directors
Nashville Health Care Council

Founder
Epiphany Health Ventures, LLC

Board Member
Device Innovation Group LLC

Founder
Contact Software

Senior Advisor
Informatics Corporation of America Inc

Board Member
HealthGate

Voting Member
Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital

Member of Alpha Omega Alpha
University of Illinois Abraham Lincoln School of Medicine

Chairman of Boards of Directors
Middle Tennessee Council of the Boy Scouts of America

Education

University of Tennessee Health Science Center

Bachelor of Science degree

University of Illinois

M. D.

M.D.

University of Illinois

M.D.

University of Illinois Abraham Lincoln School of Medicine

M.D.

Vanderbilt

MBA

medical degree

University of Illinois

Web References (192 Total References)


E-Healthcare Connections

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Harry R. Jacobson, MD Vice Chancellor for Health Affairs, Vanderbilt University Medical Center

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Dr. Harry Jacobson represents Vanderbilt University in a consortium of five of the country's top academic medical centers who have joined WebEBM to author and write evidence-based clinical guidelines that are presentable in both clinical and consumer language.


Investment Funds | The Team - Nashville, TN

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Founder - James R. Leininger, MD | Chairman - Harry R. Jacobson, MD | President - Thomas W. 'Tim' Lyles, Jr

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Harry R. Jacobson, MD
Dr. Jacobson is Chairman of MedCare Investment Funds and a founding partner of TriStar Technology Ventures. He is former Vice Chancellor for Health Affairs at Vanderbilt University and CEO of Vanderbilt University Medical Center (VUMC). During Dr. Jacobson's 11+ years of tenure, VUMC revenues grew from $750 million to $2.5 billion while delivering superior care at substantially lower costs seen in similar hospitals, its Federally-funded (NIH) research program moved from 24th to the top 10 in the country, and it opened over $1 billion of newly constructed research and patient care facilities. As a result, VUMC was recognized as a "most-wired" hospital as well as a U.S. News and World Report honor-roll hospital, and, most recently, as a Fortune 100 top place to work.
During the course of his career, Dr. Jacobson has been a successful investor and entrepreneur, having founded or co-founded eight companies, including (i) Contact Software (the developer of Act!, the world's leading contact management software), which was acquired by Symantec (SYMC: NASDAQ); (ii) Renal Care Group (RCG: NYSE), a leading dialysis service company, acquired by Fresenius Medical Care (FMS: NYSE); (iii) Ambulatory Services of America, a diversified outpatient ancillary services provider of dialysis and radiation oncology services; (iv) Cardiovascular Care Group, an integrated provider of cardiovascular services (and its predecessor Cardiovascular Services of America); (v) Quality Healthcare International, a manager/operator of international healthcare facilities in countries seeking 21st century health services for their citizens; (vi) digiChart, a healthcare information technology company focused on women's health; (vii) Informatics Corporation of America, an early-stage healthcare informatics company creating electronic medical records for regional health information organizations, large healthcare systems, hospitals and multisite practices; and (viii) CeloNova Biosciences, a medical device company with 2 CE-approved and 1 FDA-approved products. Dr. Jacobson served on the boards of 3 New York Stock Exchange companies; Merck, Kinetic Concepts, and Renal Care Group. Currently Dr. Jacobson serves on the Board of Directors of Ingram Industries, as well as on the Boards of several healthcare companies in the MedCare portfolio. In 2002 he was named the Ernst and Young Southeast Entrepreneur of the Year and was recently ranked No. 35 on Modern Physician's ranking of the 50 Most Powerful Physician Executives in Healthcare. Dr. Jacobson is also a past chair of the Nashville Health Care Council Board of Directors.
Dr. Jacobson has published over 100 research articles, reviews, and book chapters and co-edited the book, The Principles and Practice of Nephrology.
After earning an M.D. degree from the University of Illinois in 1972, Dr. Jacobson completed an internal medicine residency at Johns Hopkins Hospital, and specialty training in nephrology at the University of Texas Health Science Center in Dallas. Dr. Jacobson is Board certified in both Internal Medicine and Nephrology. He joined the Vanderbilt Medical School faculty in 1985 as Professor of Medicine and Director of the Division of Nephrology and in 1997, became Vice Chancellor for Health Affairs.
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As a founding partner, Mr. Lyles was an active member of management in founding Renal Care Group along with Dr. Jacobson and the late Sam Brooks.


Management - Outpatient Imaging Affiliates, LLC Outpatient Imaging Affiliates, LLC

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Harry R. Jacobson, MD - Board Member

Dr. Jacobson is Chairman of MedCare Investment Funds and a founding partner of TriStar Technology Ventures. He is former Vice Chancellor for Health Affairs at Vanderbilt University and CEO of Vanderbilt University Medical Center (VUMC). During Dr. Jacobson's 11+ years of tenure, VUMC revenues grew from $750 million to $2.5 billion while delivering superior care at substantially lower costs seen in similar hospitals, its Federally-funded (NIH) research program moved from 24th to the top 10 in the country, and it opened over $1 billion of newly constructed research and patient care facilities. As a result, VUMC was recognized as a "most-wired" hospital as well as a U.S. News and World Report honor-roll hospital, and, most recently, as a Fortune 100 top place to work.
During the course of his career, Dr. Jacobson has been a successful investor and entrepreneur, having founded or co-founded eight companies, including (i) Contact Software (the developer of Act!, the world's leading contact management software), which was acquired by Symantec (SYMC: NASDAQ); (ii) Renal Care Group (RCG: NYSE), a leading dialysis service company, acquired by Fresenius Medical Care (FMS: NYSE); (iii) Ambulatory Services of America, a diversified outpatient ancillary services provider of dialysis and radiation oncology services; (iv) Cardiovascular Care Group, an integrated provider of cardiovascular services (and its predecessor Cardiovascular Services of America); (v) Quality Healthcare International, a manager/operator of international healthcare facilities in countries seeking 21st century health services for their citizens; (vi) digiChart, a healthcare information technology company focused on women's health; (vii) Informatics Corporation of America, an early-stage healthcare informatics company creating electronic medical records for regional health information organizations, large healthcare systems, hospitals and multisite practices; and (viii) CeloNova Biosciences, a medical device company with 2 CE-approved and 1 FDA-approved products. Dr. Jacobson served on the boards of 3 New York Stock Exchange companies; Merck, Kinetic Concepts, and Renal Care Group. Currently Dr. Jacobson serves on the Board of Directors of Ingram Industries, as well as on the Boards of several healthcare companies in the MedCare portfolio. In 2002 he was named the Ernst and Young Southeast Entrepreneur of the Year and was recently ranked No. 35 on Modern Physician's ranking of the 50 Most Powerful Physician Executives in Healthcare. Dr. Jacobson is also a past chair of the Nashville Health Care Council Board of Directors.
Dr. Jacobson has published over 100 research articles, reviews, and book chapters and co-edited the book, The Principles and Practice of Nephrology.
After earning an M.D. degree from the University of Illinois in 1972, Dr. Jacobson completed an internal medicine residency at Johns Hopkins Hospital, and specialty training in nephrology at the University of Texas Health Science Center in Dallas. Dr. Jacobson is Board certified in both Internal Medicine and Nephrology. He joined the Vanderbilt Medical School faculty in 1985 as Professor of Medicine and Director of the Division of Nephrology and in 1997, became Vice Chancellor for Health Affairs.
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As a founding partner, Mr. Lyles was an active member of management in founding Renal Care Group along with Dr. Jacobson and the late Sam Brooks.


Chairman - Harry R. ...

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Chairman - Harry R. Jacobson, MD" class="toggle-trigger">Chairman - Harry R. Jacobson, MD
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Dr. Jacobson is former Vice Chancellor for Health Affairs at Vanderbilt University and CEO of Vanderbilt University Medical Center (VUMC). During Dr. Jacobson's 11+ years of tenure, VUMC revenues grew from $750 million to $2.5 billion while delivering superior care at substantially lower costs seen in similar hospitals, its Federally-funded (NIH) research program moved from 24th to the top 10 in the country, and it opened over $1 billion of newly constructed research and patient care facilities. As a result, VUMC was recognized as a "most-wired" hospital as well as a U.S. News and World Report honor-roll hospital, and, most recently, as a Fortune 100 top place to work.
Dr. Jacobson has been a successful investor and entrepreneur, as well having founded or co-founded 10 companies. In addition, in his role at VUMC he participated in the oversight of technology transfer operations, which resulted in the creation of over two dozen companies. Notable co-founded companies include Contact Software (the developer of Act!, the world's leading contact management software), acquired by Symantec (SYMC:NASDAQ); Renal Care Group (RCG:NYSE), a leading dialysis service company, acquired by Fresenius (FMS:NYSE); Ambulatory Services of America (currently privately held), a diversified outpatient ancillary services provider currently providing dialysis and radiation oncology services (2009 revenue estimate > $200 million); and CeloNova Biosciences, a medical device company with two CE-approved and one FDA-approved products (2009 revenue estimate > $7 million). Dr. Jacobson has been both a formal and informal advisor to several venture and private equity funds. He formerly served on the Board of Directors of Kinetic Concepts (KCI:NYSE) and Merck (MRK:NYSE).
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As a founding partner, Mr. Lyles was an active member of management in founding Renal Care Group along with Dr. Jacobson and the late Sam Brooks.


Our Team | MedCare Investment Funds

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Harry R. Jacobson, MD

Dr. Jacobson is former Vice Chancellor for Health Affairs at Vanderbilt University and CEO of Vanderbilt University Medical Center (VUMC). During Dr. Jacobson's 11+ years of tenure, VUMC revenues grew from $750 million to $2.5 billion while delivering superior care at substantially lower costs seen in similar hospitals, its Federally-funded (NIH) research program moved from 24th to the top 10 in the country, and it opened over $1 billion of newly constructed research and patient care facilities. As a result, VUMC was recognized as a "most-wired" hospital as well as a U.S. News and World Report honor-roll hospital, and, most recently, as a Fortune 100 top place to work.
Dr. Jacobson has been a successful investor and entrepreneur, as well having founded or co-founded 10 companies. In addition, in his role at VUMC he participated in the oversight of technology transfer operations, which resulted in the creation of over two dozen companies. Notable co-founded companies include Contact Software (the developer of Act!, the world's leading contact management software), acquired by Symantec (SYMC:NASDAQ); Renal Care Group (RCG:NYSE), a leading dialysis service company, acquired by Fresenius (FMS:NYSE); Ambulatory Services of America (currently privately held), a diversified outpatient ancillary services provider currently providing dialysis and radiation oncology services (2009 revenue estimate > $200 million); and CeloNova Biosciences, a medical device company with two CE-approved and one FDA-approved products (2009 revenue estimate > $7 million). Dr. Jacobson has been both a formal and informal advisor to several venture and private equity funds. He formerly served on the Board of Directors of Kinetic Concepts (KCI:NYSE) and Merck (MRK:NYSE).
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As a founding partner, Mr. Lyles was an active member of management in founding Renal Care Group along with Dr. Jacobson and the late Sam Brooks.
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Harry Jacobson Appointed as Massey 2013 Executive-in-Residence

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